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for our mothers and families in america. >> allowing women to breast feed immediately after birth and providing time and space in work for mothers to pump. babies have asthma, diabetes, and other ailments. >> you can tell house over a person is by the company they keep it. drinking habits are largely determined by a person's social circle. participants were 50% more likely to drink heavily with someone they are directly connected with who also drinks heavily. social networks can have a negative impact on your health. they can be used to affect healthy behavior is as well. >> coming up, a look at last night's n.c.a.a. championship. >> here is a live look of the downtown area. we will update weather and traffic next. stay with us. you are >> good morning. checking under morning commute. a problem southbound on the a rosburg expressway. police activity block in the south bound lane -- harris for expressway. -- harrisburg expressway. police activity blocking the southbound lane has cleared. an accident clearing in dundalk. a water main break at sharp street. otherwise, we are doing qu
burdens facing middle-class families which is the crushing cost of health care right here in america. [applause] >> it is a theme he is likely to echo again today in north carolina. some critics say there are concerns that it could have a negative economic impact. >> some companies have had to take his financially because of the health-care bill passing. . i think it will play out in the elections this fall. >> the white house has to counter its critics and push for more jobs. wbal-tv. >> the budget battle continues in annapolis and the gop is not happy. they approved the operating budget afterbeat check think every single amendment introduced by -- after rejecting every single amendment by republicans. they warn the dire consequences for every maryland family if more cuts are not made. >> the cumulative $6.6 billion in structural deficits over the next four years. divide that up among a maryland families and that is $3,000 per family. >> the final vote on the governor's budget proposal could come as early as tomorrow. >> summer time is fast approaching and officials want to make sur
america's heartland. >> it will be a good opportunity to see the order as it goes overhead. >> it could be a once-in-a- lifetime site for some period before it can go anywhere, rain clouds over florida have to go away. after a busy mission to the international space station, the crew must now wait on the weather. they have delivered 8 tons of supply. they left the station more complete as the show program speeds toward its end. " we hate to see it go. as programs age and his vehicle's age, time to say by to those and look forward to others. >> there may be plenty for astronauts to look forward to. but for now, the focus is getting discovery back on the ground. >> some monday mornings i feel like those astronauts at the top of the picture. >> upside down. >> let's get to the water cooler question of the dead. >> this morning we asked -- do you think day care centers should follow stricter guidelines when it comes to sending children home with minor illnesses? james writes, absolutely. other children could come into contact with his child. how do we know this child only has a minor illnes
it would affect america's leadership role until space exploration. >> the plan still has to be approved by congress and so lawmakers from florida and texas have filed a bill that would extend the shuttle program for a few more years. reporting from washington this morning i'm kate amara, wbal-tv 11 news. >> all right. kate, thank you. >> a local muslim woman says shelves discriminated against by a foster care agency because of her beliefs. a previous foster child herself, she says she wanted to return the favor and help a child in need but her application was denied because she doesn't allow pork products in her home. the aclu found the complaint with the commission bringing us to our water cooler question of the day, should family services be allowed to deny parents a foster child because of religious beliefs? email your responses to watercooler@wbaltv.com. the time now roughly 5:37. 44 degrees here on tv hill. coming up, every man's fear i'm told. hair loss. >> but could researchers be a step closer to finding a fix? >> and a recovery from spinal injury for an nfl player leads those t
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